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Kathy Sue Holtorf,
A group of friends get together for a 25th birthday party at a remote house in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. After someone goes missing and the police search the premises to no avail, the remaining party goers are left to wait until morning. With virtually no cell phone reception and no land line, the situation escalates when one frantic friend takes matters into his own hands and ventures off in the woods to find his girlfriend. What they don't know is that someone or some thing is hunting them one by one. Written by
The Bucks County Massacre: I'm gonna be "That guy"
I hate to be "That guy" but I'm going to have to be on this occasion, I'm gonna be the guy who points out how many fake reviews are presently on IMDB for this title and thus no doubt how many fake ratings. The cast, the crew and their families maybe? But lots of newly made accounts with no activity other than to give an outstanding review for this? Yeah not dodgy at all.
Now let me be clear I'm quite a fan of Brain Damage films, for those unaware they are a hyper low budget film company that makes mostly horror films.
Here they've adopted the lowest budget genre of all, found footage. It's yet another that opens with disclaimers claiming that it's all real yadayadayada.
Over an hour of the film is character development, yes really! When something does finally happen it's rushed, loud and ultimately you don't see anything.
The film has the genres usual tropes, screaming, excuses for still filming, walking through the woods & night vision. Did I mention screaming?
I'm not a hater of found footage I just hate that every man and his dog are making them and that nothing actually happens.
This is dreadful stuff.
Character development is solid
An hour of character development is too much
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Brain Damage films should stick to making movies set around Syn DeVil getting her boobs out
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